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Are you looking for a wholesome MBA test preparation experience? If you like racking your brains on challenging quantitative questions, love learning new words and feel the thrill when you get GK questions right, read on because this is the place for you!

Are you looking for a wholesome MBA test preparation experience? If you like racking your brains on challenging quantitative questions, love learning new words or feel the thrill when you get GK questions right, then read on because this is the place for you!

Word for the day-

Ostrasize: to exclude from a society or group; banish

Usage- She was declared a witch and ostracized by the villagers.

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Dichotomy: a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different.

Usage- There is a rigid dichotomy between science and mysticism.

Word for the day- Placebo: a medicine or procedure prescribed for the psychological benefit of the patient rather than for any physiological effect. Usage- The placebo miraculously cured John's headache.

Word for the day-

Amalgamate: combine or unite to form one organization or structure

Usage: He amalgamated his company with another.

News update-

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed traffic authorities (RTO) to de-register any diesel vehicle older than 10 years in Delhi with immediate effect in order to address pollution levels in the Capital.

Word for the day-

dexterous: showing or having skill, especially with the hands.

Usage- Nimisha is a very dexterous keyboard player.


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pedagogy: the method and practice of teaching, especially as an academic subject or theoretical concept.

Usage- There is a complex relationship between applied linguistics and language pedagogy.

News update-

Three Indian companies - Sun Pharma, Aurobindo Pharma and Glenmark Pharma - have received approval from the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) to manufacture and market generic versions of a blockbuster cholesterol drug, Crestor, in the American market.

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Plethora: a large or excessive amount of something.

Usage- Rohith won a plethora of medals for his scientific research.

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Pedagogue: a teacher, especially a strict or pedantic one.

Usage- Ms Devi, the physics lecturer is a pedagogue.

Word for the day- Cadence: the modulation and inflection of the voice. Usage- Mr. Ramon is known for the measured cadence he employs in the Senate.

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apathy: lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern.

Usage- The wide spread apathy towards climate change is alarming.


GK tidbit-

The Ethisphere Institute is a Scottsdale, Arizona-based organization that defines and measures corporate ethical standards, recognizes companies that excel, and promotes best practices in corporate ethics. The company announces its World's Most Ethical Companies awards once a year to companies that excel in three areas - promoting ethical business standards and practices internally, enabling managers and employees to make good choices, and shaping future industry standards by introducing tomorrow's best practices today.

Indian companies that made it to the list include Wipro Limited, Tata Steel Limited and The Tata Power Company Limited.


Word for the day-

demagogue: a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular desires and prejudices rather than by using rational argument.

Usage- The Senator was a gifted demagogue, with particular skill in manipulating the press.

Word for the day- Charisma: compelling attractiveness or charm that inspires devotion in others. Usage- Lokesh has great charisma and stage presence.

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doldrums: a state or period of stagnation or depression.

Usage- The mortgage market has been in the doldrums for three years.

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polymath: a person of wide knowledge or learning.

Usage- Deepak is not only a brilliant physics student but also an accomplished guitarist and brilliant quizzer, a true polymath.


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haphazard: lacking any obvious principle of organization

Usage: The music business works in a very haphazard fashion.